Online Monthly SearchMothers.com Encourages Self-Value in Single and Married Custodial Mothers

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A new interactive online monthly magazine that made its debut in early 2006 has released its second issue. The March issue of SearchMothers.com focuses on several topics related to motherhood, including self-value in single and married custodial mothers and the Mommy Wars issue.

Interactive online monthly, SearchMothers.com, http://www.SearchMothers.com which offers community message boards, resources, and insightful articles for mothers has released it’s March issue. The family oriented, online monthly, released earlier this year, is available for free on the Internet, and is aimed at Single Mothers, Single Mothers by Choice, Custodial Mothers and Non-Custodial Moms.

The current issue features an Editorial by Martha Burk, PhD. Director of the Corporate Accountability Project, National Council of Women's Organizations. It addresses the Mommy Wars issue (Stay-At-Home vs Working Moms) and how Motherhood is currently valued in America. It is an important piece that should appeal to all types of mothers.

Other articles this month include “Creating a Blended Family”, “Preparing Kids for a Move”, “Hiring a Nanny: for the Single Mom”, “Top Ten Ways to Support Someone in Being Their Best”, “Causes of Childhood Obesity”, “Postpartum Reality Check”, “Irish Baby Names for March”, and more. The site also offers a free Pregnancy Calendar tool for soon-to-be or expecting mothers.

“We are encouraging our readers to see the value in motherhood and their own self-worth, and are providing resources that will assist in making the best life for their children,” says Sonina Matteo, Founder, SearchMothers.com. “Our goal is to not only help our visitors by encouraging positive living, but to provide the information resources necessary to assist in their endeavors and lifestyle. We want visitors to walk away from this online resource feeling good about themselves and inspired in some way," says Matteo.

SearchMothers.com contains an assortment of original and syndicated content in departmental topics such as Custodial Mothering, Parenting, Relationships, Work and Career, Healthy Living, Pregnancy, and Childcare. All are very easy to browse. Additionally, visitors can find an assortment of regulars on the site, such as the community Message Board Area http://www.searchmothers.com/msgboards/ and interactive tools; feeds to relevant Mother’s news, and Editors’ Picks for the Month, Polls and pre-screened links. It also offers a searchable web directory. Search functionality looks at the pre-screened links in the directory, which are to quality-content websites, podcasts, research and other online resources.

Submitting your website, podcast, blog, or RSS feed to SearchMothers.com is free and easy. All sites and/or feeds are reviewed. The suggested site's content needs to relate to and/or benefit mothers and their family to be listed.

SearchMothers.com regularly publishes reader contributions. Readers can simply email their submission to the Editor for publication consideration. Submissions from all readers are welcome. http://www.searchmothers.com/contact/

About Searchmothers.com

SearchMothers.com, an independent online monthly magazine, is a trusted online resource for mothers and mothers-to-be. SearchMothers.com provides reliable and useful online resources for all types of mothers.

The SearchMothers.com website was initially launched in 2001. It changed to an online monthly magazine format in 2006, and is managed by New Jersey-based, Tech Research Services. The website will be celebrating its fifth anniversary on Mother's Day in May 2006.

SearchMothers.com provides a mothers-helping-mothers community, useful resources and insightful articles for today's single and married custodial and non-custodial mothers, and single mothers by choice.

For additional information visit the current issue online at: http://www.SearchMothers.com .

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